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Culture 'How It's Made' is made: Ask this local consultant

‘How It’s Made’ is made: Ask this local consultant

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If you want to know how the Science Channel’s popular program How It’s Made is made, you might want to ask Hurst-based public relations consultant John Fletcher.

On Thursday’s show, the program will feature Richland Hill’s Valley-Dynamo, which showcased manufacturing of its shuffleboard and Firestorm Air Hockey products.

Last week, and still available on the channel’s website, Denton’s Peterbilt was featured for creating sleeper cabs for 18-wheelers.

He suggested both those companies for the program and helped arrange the video. He also worked with a Waco company, Hobbs Bonded Fibers, who have also been on the program.

The show, How It’s Made will feature the Waco plant’s Bison Fibre. The show will air on The Science Channel ( check local listings for channel number and availability) on Thursday, January 31st beginning at 9PM Central/10PM Eastern.

If you’re going to search the web for this episode, it’s season 31 episode 12. The title of the episode is DeLorean Restoration; Bison Fibre; Shuffleboard Tables; Friction Forged Knives .

https://www.sciencechannel.com/schedule

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